Mobile learning revolution:implications for pedagogy       Agnes Kukulska-HulmeEdMedia World Conference on Educational Med...
How times have changed   2002                                 2012               Source: http://presspk.com/why-and-how-to...
First commercial e-book – 1992
Sony ebook Reader 2008
Are these people learning?Examining assumptions, opportunities, constraints
Changing mindsets                                             Augmented reality                                           ...
A mobile learning decision                      Or facilitating new  Extending access?                          learning?
Mobile learning at The Open UniversityExtending access…      and changing learning             MobileMobile VLE   Library ...
Mobile learning at The Open UniversityMobile apps extend and enhance interactive practice         For students of         ...
Mobile learning at The Open University  Familiar study books morph into new productsInteractive multimedia ebooks         ...
Mobile learning at The Open UniversityE-book production inspires new collaborative learning                               ...
Mobile learning at The Open University     Mobile approaches transform teachers’             professional practice        ...
Mobile learning at The Open University      Field-based learning becomes more inclusive                                   ...
Mobile learning at The Open UniversityLocal inquiries are shared with an online communityiSpot: wildlife identification   ...
Mobile pedagogy futuresMobile heutagogy     futures? Heutagogy - learner self-direction     (Hase & Kenyon, 2000)
Personal and collective inquiry PI: Personal Inquiry project  http://www.nquire.org.uk        mySoil app                  ...
Self-monitoringwith feedback andanalytics
Location-aware and augmentedlearning
Re-invention of reading    The Sonnets of William Shakespeare for the iPad                  – performed by actors         ...
Incidental and persuasive learning      Mobile Assistance for Social Inclusion and            Empowerment of Immigrants   ...
Incidental mobile language          learning               Noticing and recordingKukulska-Hulme, A. & Bull, S. (2009). The...
Incidental language learning individual at home                                                  •Watch foreign language  ...
Incidental language learningindividual out in the worldGet text read out to you               Hear it in different        ...
Incidental and social learningpeer group                                                    Marcus Winter                 ...
Incidental and social learningsocial mediaMiLexiconJoshua Underwood,PhD candidateInstitute ofEducation, London•Share with ...
Incidental and social learninglocation-basedToponimoTommy Sweeney,PhD candidateUniversity ofNottingham•Share wordsrelevant...
Incidental learning with e-booksgame-based ELMO e-book and game prototype, Sharp Labs Read a story, collect new words, use...
Future challenge:Conversations with phones, objects and robots                         Sensei                Kibot        ...
Thank you                                      International Association                                         for Mobil...
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Our mobile learning research and development work at The Open University has built expertise around pedagogical innovation in tandem with advancements in technology. Combining teacher-led, developer-led and learner-led innovation, we aim to develop new pedagogies that recognize the specific characteristics of design and support for mobile and contextual learning.

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  • Brief background: ‘ Touch screen learning is ideally suited to learning a language like Chinese, sweeping away much of the uncertainty and cross checking. Rather than having a text book, audio CD and a notebook to practice in, the sound, instructions and writing are all brought together in one interactive experience.’  Many students are commuting or on the move. people respond well to focusing on a limited amount of information at a time (such as might be contained in a compact ‘learning object’, a set of questions to answer or reflect on, or a summary of some kind). 1572 downloads of the first version of this App in the last 26 weeks. 2 nd version, 165 downloads in the first week. The use of mobile phones and other portable devices is beginning to have an impact on how learning takes place in many disciplines and contexts, including language learning. Learners who are not dependent on access to fixed computers can engage in activities that relate more closely to their current surroundings, sometimes crossing the border between formal and informal learning. This creates the potential for significant change in teaching and learning practices. Taking the broader field of mobile learning as the setting within which developments in mobile-assisted language learning may be understood, the paper argues that an emphasis on mobility can lead to new perspectives and practices. (Kukulska-Hulme, Agnes (2009). Will mobile learning change language learning? ReCALL , 21(2), pp. 157–165)
  • Joining in – participation is now key in open media – people want to participate and connect – not just receive . So we’ve been looking at how social networks can support this. Recognise this? Probably not – new species of Notcher moth spotted for first time last year in the UK … by a six year old. Of course she had a bit of help – from experts at the OU and the natural history museum. But we didn’t send them round her house She upload the photo to iSpot – produced by science faculty and IET. It’s a social network for budding naturalists – keen to connect, share observations and get expert advice …. So alongside our great content we’re bringing the power of the social network so they can be can be part of the observation and national experiment.
  • AKH Ed Media Denver keynote 2012

    1. Mobile learning revolution:implications for pedagogy Agnes Kukulska-HulmeEdMedia World Conference on Educational Media and Technology, Denver, June 2012
    2. How times have changed 2002 2012 Source: http://presspk.com/why-and-how-to-activate-mcb-mobile-service
    3. First commercial e-book – 1992
    4. Sony ebook Reader 2008
    5. Are these people learning?Examining assumptions, opportunities, constraints
    6. Changing mindsets Augmented reality Social - mobile Source: http://www.thedesignblog.org/
    7. A mobile learning decision Or facilitating new Extending access? learning?
    8. Mobile learning at The Open UniversityExtending access… and changing learning MobileMobile VLE Library (Moodle) Macon project Keren Mills, Library
    9. Mobile learning at The Open UniversityMobile apps extend and enhance interactive practice For students of For students of Chinese French Qian Kan and Valerie Demouy, Department of Languages
    10. Mobile learning at The Open University Familiar study books morph into new productsInteractive multimedia ebooks Peter Scott, KMI
    11. Mobile learning at The Open UniversityE-book production inspires new collaborative learning E-book created collaboratively by teachers, used by a group of students on iPads in outdoor learning Smith, Kukulska-Hulme & Page (in press) activity
    12. Mobile learning at The Open University Mobile approaches transform teachers’ professional practice English in Action, Bangladesh Frank Banks, FELS http://www.eiabd.com/eia/
    13. Mobile learning at The Open University Field-based learning becomes more inclusive Tabletop Mobiles in indoors the field ‘OUT THERE and IN HERE’ Anne Adams, IET http://www.open.ac.uk/blogs/otih/
    14. Mobile learning at The Open UniversityLocal inquiries are shared with an online communityiSpot: wildlife identification Jonathan Silvertown, Science
    15. Mobile pedagogy futuresMobile heutagogy futures? Heutagogy - learner self-direction (Hase & Kenyon, 2000)
    16. Personal and collective inquiry PI: Personal Inquiry project http://www.nquire.org.uk mySoil app citizen science
    17. Self-monitoringwith feedback andanalytics
    18. Location-aware and augmentedlearning
    19. Re-invention of reading The Sonnets of William Shakespeare for the iPad – performed by actors Each sonnet is linked to: •an old-spelling transcription •a modernised version •commentary, interviews Share-a-Sonnet via Facebook, Twitter or email
    20. Incidental and persuasive learning Mobile Assistance for Social Inclusion and Empowerment of Immigrants with Persuasive Learning Technologies and Social Network Services http://www.maseltov.eu
    21. Incidental mobile language learning Noticing and recordingKukulska-Hulme, A. & Bull, S. (2009). Theory-based support formobile language learning: noticing and recording. International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies, 3(2),12–18
    22. Incidental language learning individual at home •Watch foreign language TV with subtitles •Press a button on your mobile device when you notice an unfamiliar word •Collect a personal word list with meanings •Hear the word in contextFallahkhair, S., Pemberton, L., & Griffiths, R. (2007). Development of a cross-platformubiquitous language learning service via mobile phone and interactive television.Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 23, 312-325.
    23. Incidental language learningindividual out in the worldGet text read out to you Hear it in different voices See a translationCapturaTalk Word Lens Speak it!
    24. Incidental and social learningpeer group Marcus Winter University of Brighton •Capture unknown words and expressions •User groups •Text-to-speech •Audio comments •Favourites •Ratings •Flagging errorshttp://itrg.brighton.ac.uk/lingobee/files/Lingobee_Mobile_Userguide_en.pdf
    25. Incidental and social learningsocial mediaMiLexiconJoshua Underwood,PhD candidateInstitute ofEducation, London•Share with yoursocial networks
    26. Incidental and social learninglocation-basedToponimoTommy Sweeney,PhD candidateUniversity ofNottingham•Share wordsrelevant to aspecific place
    27. Incidental learning with e-booksgame-based ELMO e-book and game prototype, Sharp Labs Read a story, collect new words, use the words to direct the dog to solve a puzzle
    28. Future challenge:Conversations with phones, objects and robots Sensei Kibot http://fluid.media.mit.edu KT Corp. Siri and Evi
    29. Thank you International Association for Mobile LearningInstitute of Educational Technology The Open University Milton Keynes United Kingdom www.iamlearn.org

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